An Australian SEL program
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The Ripple Kindness Project for Schools is an Australian, universal, social and emotional curriculum for the whole school that is on-going and flexible, with lessons that teach about feelings, cultivate kindness, respect, compassion, responsibility, resilience, and promote a sense of belonging. Designed for primary/elementary schools, this program is presented as a positive alternative to traditional anti-bullying interventions, focusing on fostering positive traits instead of reinforcing negativity.
The Ripple Kindness Project curriculum includes lessons and activities for the classroom, home and community, and provides opportunities for students to experience giving and receiving acts of kindness.
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